Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site
Republic, KS 66964
Phone: (785) 361-2255
Features exhibits on the culture of the Pawnee Indians by using a combination of information from archeological investigation and historic details. The museum surrounds an excavated Pawnee earth lodge from the 1820s. Exhibits enhanced with authentic music provide an insight into the Pawnee Indian culture of the early 1800s. A structural model of the earthlodge construction process can be compared with views of actual archeological remains. The grounds contain a walking trail dotted with the remains of the village and intrepretive signage. The Kitkehahki Nature Trail, a one mile walk through prairie and woodlands, features a variety of native grasses.